Webinars on Demand

The future direction for biodynamic lighting

21 February 2018 


This webinar looks at the past successes, the current problems and the possible futures for biodynamic lighting.
We will be looking at the overall concept of biodynamic lighting; including where it has come from and why, with examples of successful implementations going back over a decade.  We will also discuss the problems with current marketing and user awareness of the concept, some missing fundamentals, and how we can rein in the hype, and misinformation, to move forward into the future.

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The future direction for biodynamic lighting

How to integrate the IoT into your building

14 February 2018

This webinar will provide an introduction to the way that the ‘connected world’ of the Internet of Things (IoT) creates cost gains over and above the core benefits of individual environmental systems. Connected systems interact one with another via the data harvesting software that analyses real-time building conditions, and feeds cross-platform information back into a building’s controls network.  It is these synergistic relationships that shift project cost planning beyond the conventional Return On Investment (ROI) calculations to offer gains not available to building management previously. The webinar will analyse the new terminology and highlight the system goals that enables us to look beyond traditional ROI targets. 

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How to integrate the IoT into your building

IoT and Security

1 November 2017 

The Internet of Things brings many opportunities, but also new threats that require holistic security thinking that spans new business models, technology and standards, and regulation. These risks call for end-to-end solutions protecting the entire IoT value chain. Find out how Lux can help you ensure iot security and privacy.

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IoT and Security

Face the IoT lighting challenge head on

25 October 2017 

Are you contemplating installing IoT wireless technology? If yes, you will know you need to test the system. Here, you will learn what the challenges and issues are with testing and what you need to consider when offering IoT lighting to clients.

 

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Face the IoT lighting challenge head on

TECHNICAL UPDATE: Lithium batteries (LiFePO4) get the green light

18th October 2017 

TECHNICAL UPDATE: Lithium batteries (LiFePO4) get the green light

The heart of any emergency lighting system is the battery, and the more efficient the battery, then the better the escape lighting provision.

Development of lithium batteries has been going on for some years, and that process has not been without its drama and setbacks. So the news that a new range of emergency fixtures using Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries has been awarded BSI Kitemark is good news for specifiers and users.

But there is lithium and there is lithium. This webinar will explain the important difference between battery types and how to ensure that you end up with the correct battery type.

 

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TECHNICAL UPDATE: Lithium batteries (LiFePO4) get the green light

Stay-put lighting

11 October 2017 

Stayput Lighting

‘Stay-put’ lighting is a new option within emergency lighting. The latest revisions to the Emergency Lighting Code of Practice (BS2566:1 2016) allows for a situation where building occupants can remain in the building during an electricity mains failure. The webinar will look at the conditions that appertain to this new standard and what scheme designers and building users need to do to ensure that a ‘stay put’ scheme is compliant. 

 

 

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Stay-put lighting